Thoughts decided to adapt Mega Man Fort live-action Couldn’t be more bizarre, the story has gone too far when Capcom let Catfish’s directors take charge of directing the film. This 2010 documentary revolves around the love story of Nev – the film’s director’s younger brother, who ends up falling in love with a girl online, but turns out she is just a “love cheat”.
Capcom just announced the start of filming film adaptation Mega Man’s live-action film on the occasion of its 30th anniversary, and stated that they wanted the film to appeal to a wide range of audiences, not only appealing to game players but also action movie fans. As for how they managed to produce a fiery action movie about a man in a light blue tights… it’s still a mystery to look forward to.
Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman
Directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman have signed on to direct Mega Man’s live-action film, and Capcom’s homepage also announced that they will be working with Masi Oka, producer of the Hollywood adaptation – Death Note and once acted in Heroes.
Mega Man is one of Capcom’s most dominant characters. The character has appeared in many comic books and cartoons since the game debuted on the NES in 1987, but this will be the first time Mega Man appears on the big screen.
Capcom’s most recent adaptation, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, was released in 2017 and received a tragic score of 49 on Metacritic. For now, we can only hope that our blue brother will not suffer the same fate.
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